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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Farm Box

Or: Necessity is the mother of all dinner

My first dalliance with farm box deliveries was ended by a head of bok choy. The little cabbage sent me running around town looking for ingredients I had never used and never would use again. 963 more words

Carbon Footprint

Lights out for climate change

By Natalie Warne

On Saturday 25th March, I will be turning off my lights as part of the WWF’s Earth Hour.

Alongside millions of others, I will switch off for what is the world’s largest demonstration of support for action on climate change. 282 more words

Sustainable Cundall

Offsetting my guilt

I knew it was a bad idea to press the button, but I just couldn’t help myself. I had just finished booking flights to the UK and was excited by the prospect of visiting my family whilst trying to convince myself that air travel was irrelevant to climate change. 487 more words

Minimise

There are two things we could all try to minimise
Any harm to ourselves or others –
Meaning harsh thoughts or words, harmful deeds,
game playing or flirting with another’s partner! 66 more words

Poems

Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning in the Bedroom

Now that it’s officially Spring, the first thing that comes to mind is spring cleaning. I clean by tackling different areas in the home so this week I’m starting with the bedroom. 580 more words

Ecoconscious

How To Increase Your Carbon Footprint

Is anyone else tired of hearing about how to shrink your carbon footprint? I guess it’s fine info if you swing that way, but from the perspective of balance there seems to be a lack of information on how to go about increasing your carbon footprint. 812 more words

Carbon Footprint

Aussie Climate Scientist: Having a Baby is an “ethical entanglement”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall For a climate activist, having babies is apparently a troubling ethical dilemma, a distressing personal contribution to the global anthropogenic carbon footprint.

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